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Cardiff Metropolitan University brings you The Natter. Each week, we speak to different guests from the world of sport. We delve into their challenges and triumphs.The Natter is produced and presented by Cardiff Met's Sport Broadcast MSc and Sport Media BSc staff and students. Find us on twitter- @CMetSportTV Instagram- @cardiffmetsporttv TikTok- cardiffmetsporttv and Facebook- Cardiff Met Sport TV.
 
Careers in Discovery is your window into the world of Pharma & Biotech. Featuring interviews each week with leaders in Drug Discovery and R&D, you'll learn about the careers of these influential figures, the work they are doing, how they got to where they are and what advice they'd give their younger selves. Brought to you by Singular Talent. Connect with us at: Twitter: @singular_talent LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/singular-talent www.singulartalent.io
 
Welcome to ‘Leadership Bites’, with your host Guy Bloom. I have conversations with amazing people who impact on the world around them . Always about leadership and hopefully in such a way as to reinforce the good you do and to bring challenge to the things you might be able to calibrate. All links for Guy: www.livingbrave.com
 
Innocent until proven guilty or no smoke without fire? Which one accurately describes your perception of the UK Criminal Justice system? What does; “beyond reasonable doubt” mean? Can you ever be sure? In this series, I talk to people who were victims of high profile miscarriage of justice cases including; Michael O'Brien (one of the Cardiff Newsagent Three), John Actie wrongly charged with the murder of Lynette White and remanded for nearly two years until his trial, victims of the Post Off ...
 
'Creatrium' is a podcast series, produced at the University of South Wales (USW) by Steve Johnson. The Atrium, Cardiff, is the home of the Faculty of Creative Industries. This series discusses the notion of creativity and its application at the Atrium. The first edition features an interview and live performance from Joseph Sobol, Professor of the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling. Here's how Joseph tells stories through song...
 
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"Meet people who do the role you're interested in, and ask them what they hate about their job - you'll find out a lot! Ask them what they like too, and you'll find it really insightful." Claire Thompson is the CEO of Agility Life Sciences, an award-winning formulation development CDMO on a significant growth curve. Claire talked to us about her ke…
 
Pepyn is a highly experienced and knowledgeable CEO with a 30-year track record of leading companies to create and deliver financial value to shareholders in challenging, transformational and disruptive situations. A global CEO & executive, chairman of the board and PE expert, with a track record for fast and solid financial results in transformati…
 
"If you're using rational persuasion - as most scientists do by default - and it's not working, and you feel like you're banging your head against a brick wall, it's not the brick wall that's stupid....it's not so much the influencing skills themselves that are important, because they can be learned, but understanding that it's up to you to change …
 
Andrew is Director Brand Strategy at Reach Plc. Reach are the UK's largest news publisher with titles and stations such as The Mirror The Express The Star Daily Record The People OK! New Birmingham Mail Manchester Evening News The ‘Live’ digital network and InYourArea are just some of the 120+ brands connecting with audiences nationally and locally…
 
Professor Rob Briner does research, lectures, write, speaks and consults in a number of areas including organizational, work psychology, HR and evidence-based practice/management. Over the past 20 years his interests in practice have focused on finding ways of improving the use of evidence of various types to enhance individual and organizational d…
 
"I would definitely encourage people to move from academia to industry, and vice versa. There are so many opportunities that involve interfacing between the two....they are different environments, clearly, each with pros and cons, but the perceived risk of not being able to go back just isn't there anymore." Simon Ward has taken a varied route thro…
 
Professor Joe O'Maloney is passionate about helping consultants and consultancies grow. He is a Professor of Consulting at Cardiff University and CEO of Consulting Mastered, a company which helps ambitious consultancies grow profits through evidence-based advice. Joe has also provided consultancy for many of the large firms, including McKinsey & Co…
 
Continuing our series of 'Talking Anti-Racism' lectures, our School of Biosciences hosted this talk from Professor Parveen Yaqoob (Professor of Nutritional Physiology, Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation), University of Reading; Chair of Athena Swan Governance Committee) In this talk, Professor Yaqoob will:- Share sn…
 
Michael Solomon is an established entrepreneur with a strong desire to help people, a sharp eye for business, and a desire to make a difference. The four organizations he’s helped found — for-profit and nonprofit alike — share a common goal of improving people’s lives. He began his career working with Jon Landau Management on several Bruce Springst…
 
"Senior researchers have more entrepreneurial skills than they give themselves credit for. You've done something new and different, managed budgets and teams....all of those skills are transferrable." Deborah O'Neil is the CEO of Novabiotics, a company leading the charge to harness innate immunity to treat infectious diseases. Deborah joined us to …
 
Over the past decade, Futurist Thomas Frey has built an enormous following around the world based on his ability to develop accurate visions of the future and describe the opportunities ahead. Having started seventeen businesses himself and assisting on the development of hundreds more, the understanding he brings to his audiences is a rare blend o…
 
In Episode 3 of the “Coaching Hub Conversations” we speak to Wales International Hockey player and Cardiff Met Sports Coaching Lecturer Luke Hawker about his PHD work around Experiential Learning and how his academic studies coupled with his 100 plus caps for Wales on the International stage help inform his theories, actions and thoughts as a coach…
 
In this episode we discuss the balance between 'Entitlement and Exploitation'. I was catalysed by the heading: "Stop moaning about hours, City chief tells junior bankers on £70,000: Young mothers work just as hard, rages Xavier Rolet - who rose from sink estate" The sub heading was: Xavier Rolet, the former boss of the London Stock Exchange, who bu…
 
Wayne Matthews is a Major in the Texas Rangers, he is part of the executive leadership team of the Texas Ranger Division, and manages operations in an assigned region of Texas. The Texas Rangers date back almost 200 years. As a Division of the Texas DPS, Rangers oversee and conduct major case investigations, field corruption allegations, perform bo…
 
Our School of Earth and Environmental Sciences welcomed Prof. Christopher Jackson to Cardiff University to discuss his life in academia, industry and broadcasting and the subject of racial diversity in UK geoscience.Croesawodd ein Hysgol Gwyddorau Daear ac Amgylcheddol yr Athro Christopher Jackson i Brifysgol Caerdydd i drafod ei fywyd yn y byd aca…
 
"You should always think, how will this knowledge take me to the next step? If it's not going to make a tangible difference, ask if it's worth doing or if you're better off focusing on something more useful and valuable to the end goal?" Sheelagh Frame is the Chief Scientific Officer at Ubiquigent, a company at the cutting edge of protein degradati…
 
Rachele Focardi is a leading expert on Generational Diversity and best-selling author of “Reframing Generational Stereotypes”. She is this weeks guest on the Leadership Bites Podcast. She is a thought-leader and Public Speaker on Multigenerational Workforce Dynamics, Future of Work and Employer Branding, and an expert on the Asian Talent Market. Bo…
 
"One of the most important things when you're starting your career is to make a decision there and then about whether you like what you're doing or not, and avoid forcing yourself into something that you'll later regret." Dmitry Zamoryakhin is the Chief Scientific Officer at Midatech Pharma, a Cardiff-based Biotech company using nanotechnology to s…
 
Craig Fenton, is the Director of Strategy & Operations at Google, UKI. He is in essence a business person and entrepreneur, having worked in technology for 20 years. Craig is an investor, mentor and supporter of a range of businesses including several start-ups, where he finds great inspiration for his own personal and professional ventures. Making…
 
Nina Aouilk having survived childhood trauma, different kinds of abuse, and domestic violence, has found a way to work around her past, use them to live her best life now, and encourage others to be brave by sharing her life’s greatest hurts. Surviving systemic abuse and an arranged marriage forced upon her, Nina escaped then experienced being home…
 
"For me, the turning point was thinking of networking as part of my job, and realising that people wouldn't look down on me for talking to them and finding out what they're doing. It's their job to do the same thing." Sam Barker is the VP of Business Development at Somaserve, a drug delivery company developing a transformative nanoparticle platform…
 
Zoe & Claire speak to Dr Miranda Corcoran - author of Teen Witches Witchcraft and Adolescence in American Popular Culture - about the use of the witch icon in popular culture, the rise in modern day witches, we talk about witches of our youth Tabitha, Sabrina, Endora and Buffy - we ask why do young women need witch role models?…
 
Why is my curriculum so white?What does it mean in practice to decolonise the curriculum?Many Universities are now developing initiatives to critically review their curricula and diversify the resources which underpin this. Marilyn Clarke Director of Library Services at Goldsmiths University. Abyd Quin Aziz (Cardiff University Programme Director in…
 
Nick Wallis is a TV, radio and online journalist. His main area of expertise is the Post Office Horizon scandal. He recently fronted a ten-part series for BBC Radio 4, a BBC Panorama documentary and I co-wrote a Private Eye Special. And runs the website Post Office Trial. The British Post Office scandal is a major British business, legal, ethical a…
 
"Don't worry too much about knowing everything. Coming through education, we're rewarded for being the person that knows the most, being the smartest person in the room, but in an industry as complex as Biotech, you're never going to know everything that you need to. Surrounding yourself with the best people that you can and learning from them so t…
 
Cheryl Stokes is a partner in Heidrick & Struggles’ New York office and a member of Heidrick Consulting. For more than 25 years she has helped leaders effectively address challenges in the global business environment. She has designed and delivered numerous senior level programs, facilitating face-to-face and virtually in the areas of leadership, s…
 
Rich Diviney is a 20 year veteran Navy SEAL commander. He completed more than 13 overseas deployments, 11 of which were to Iraq and Afghanistan. He is the author of The Attributes: 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance. As the officer in charge of training for a specialized command, he spearheaded the creation of a directorate that fused physica…
 
"Being a Chief Executive is like being a conductor of a high-performing orchestra. My job is to employ people who are the best in their field and then give them the resources and freedom to develop & grow." Steve Allin is the CEO of Charnwood Molecular, a rapidly growing drug discovery CRO with a fascinating history. Steve joined us to talk about t…
 
Zoe & Claire talk to Dr Ciaran Jones who is a historian of religion and witchcraft in early modern Scotland, and he recently completed his PhD in Scottish History at the University of Edinburgh in 2020. His thesis explored the relationship between Calvinism and witchcraft trials, and it focussed on the religious and spiritual aspects of some accuse…
 
Owen Davies is a British historian who specialises in the history of magic, witchcraft, ghosts, and popular medicine. He is currently Professor in History at the University of Hertfordshire and has been described as Britain's "foremost academic expert on the history of magic. Zoe & Claire speak to him about accidental witches, conflict witches, wit…
 
Episode Two of the Coaching Hub Conversations. A partnership between Cardiff Met Sport TV and the Cardiff Met University Sports Coaching Hub. The Sports Coaching Hub provides trusted, robust and cutting edge research on sports coaching to inform practice and coach education. Our guest for this episode is elite running coach James Thie. James is als…
 
Zoe and Claire talk to Matthew Bridson who is a postgraduate scholar of Heritage Studies. He recently submitted his Masters thesis on the topic of the group referred to as “The Lancashire Witches”. We talked to him about the Lancashire Witch Trials and Matthew’s work on “witch signs” . We talk about the Witches Walk in Lancashire and whether we sho…
 
In this bonus episode, I talk to Dr Sandra Lean who is an author (No Smoke, the Shocking Truth about British Justice" and "Innocents Betrayed")and researcher who works tirelessly to help people who have been wrongly convicted. We talk about how and why she became involved in miscarriage of justice work; the controversial case of Luke Mitchell who w…
 
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